Myles’ Weekend Adventures: Bridgette B.

Myles’ Weekend Adventures: Bridgette B. – Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about a beautiful adult film star/feature dancer. So please read on and all will be made clear.

Bridgette B.

Saturday, October 18, 2014, I got a wild hair and drove out to El Centro, California, just to eat at the Golden Corral Buffet & Grill located there.

Once I had finished eating and had left the Golden Corral, I raced to the Expose Gentleman’s Club, in San Diego, to speak with Bridgette B. And to observe both of her shows of the evening.

For her first show of the evening, Bridgette wore a pair of red, fingerless, elbow-length gloves. She also wore a red and black checkered bra. With the bra, Bridgette wore a tiny skirt-like piece that was decorated with ruffled lace material and large silver sequins. Beneath the skirt-like piece, she wore a sheer black garter belt and a black G-string. I believe the front crotch panel of the G-string was decorated with silver sequins; however, it was a bit hard to tell. What I can say for certain is that the sequins reflected the stage lights in such a way as to make them appear to be multi-colored. On her legs, Bridgette wore a pair of hip-length black fishnet hose. Bridgette’s footwear was a pair of stiletto-heeled black shoes that had ankle straps and a strap over the top of the arch of each foot. All of said straps were decorated with large rhinestones.

Bridgette performed this show to, “Suavemente,” by Elvis Crespo, “Control,” by Puddle of Mudd, and, “Addicted,” by Saving Abel.

At the start of her final show, Bridgette came onto the stage wearing what appeared to be the same gloves. She also wore a white yachting cap with gold braid and a black bill. Next, she wore a white short-sleeved top. The top had two thin horizontal black stripes around the bottom of the sleeves. It also had a flap, bib, or whatever it might be called, on the black similar to that on a Navy seaman’s uniform blouse. The flap, I guess I’ll call it, had a small red star in each corner and three thin black stripes around the bottom and two side edges. The top was also decorated with some silver sequins. Bridgette also wore a pair of black shorts that were decorated with some silver sequins. On the back of the shorts were a bunch of silver sequins that spelled the word Doll. Under her top, Bridgette wore a white bra that was decorated with silver sequins on the breast cups. In addition to all of the above, Bridgette wore what appeared to be the same garter belt and fishnet hose. She also wore a pair of black knee socks with two wide horizontal white stripes around their tops. Bridgette’s footwear for this show was a pair of almost knee-length black high-heeled boots with four sets of straps and buckles on the outsides of their shafts.

During this show, Bridgette danced to, “When I Grow Up,” by the Pussy Cat Dolls, “Doin’ it,” by Ll Cool J, and, “Rain Over Me,” by Pit Bull.

Born in Spain, Bridgette B. is a very sexy-looking woman. Her blonde hair is waist-length, and she has dark-green eyes. She stands five feet eight inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-eight pounds, and she measures a great-looking 34G-25-31.

Bridgette is friendly, smart, and well-spoken. Her command of the English language is better than some American born people I’ve met in my life, and she can hold an interesting conversation with anybody who can intelligently contribute to the conversation. Bridgette also enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans!

It is my recommendation that anybody who gets an opportunity to go to a nearby club to see Bridgette perform and to meet her in person should do so without fail. I believe they will enjoy the experience.

I don’t believe that it is an official Bridgette B. website, but she can be found at She can also be located on a lot of other Internet websites.

Shortly before leaving the club at the end of the evening, I had the good fortunate of meeting and speaking with a sweetheart of a house dancer that performs under the name of Yvette. Yvette reminded me of feature dancer Taya Parker.

That’s a wrap good people. We should all meet back here the next time to see just exactly what I have been up to next. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!

Bonsoir et au revoir,
Myles Shaffer

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